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Volkswagen Tiguan Pricing and Specs

2021 price from

The Volkswagen Tiguan is available from POA to $59,990 for the 2021 SUV across a range of models.

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2021 $34,990 $59,990
2020 $28,300 $56,870
2019 $26,800 $54,890
2018 $20,300 $51,040
2017 $17,100 $47,850
2016 $13,200 $38,940
2015 $11,800 $26,730
2014 $10,500 $24,970
2013 $8,400 $21,120
2012 $7,700 $18,040
2011 $7,100 $15,290
2010 $7,000 $13,860
2009 $6,300 $12,430
2008 $6,300 $13,860

Volkswagen Tiguan FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Volkswagen Tiguan here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Should I buy a plug-in hybrid or an electric car?

    The Ford Escape plug-in should be an interesting vehicle when it arrives, with 165kW of power and something like a 50km electric-only range. It will be here sometime this year, but the exact timing is still a trade secret.

    The Toyota RAV4, meanwhile, isn’t a plug-in hybrid, so it can’t be recharged form your home solar panels (which the plug-in Escape could be). Frankly, if you’re making four times the power your household needs with your solar array, you’re in the pound seats for owning a plug-in hybrid which could put that excess electricity generation to very good use. That’s especially true if most of your driving is around town within a 20km radius or so of home-base.

    That said, the new RAV4 Hybrid is gaining rave reviews as well as recording very sharp real-world fuel-economy figures. But a plug-in hybrid in a household with excess solar capacity could almost be run for free.

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  • Volkswagen Tiguan 2017: Bubbling effect on the rear tailgate

    It clearly needs deeper investigation to try and determine the cause. Take it to a panel beater who specialises in European cars and have them assess it.

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  • Volkswagen Tiguan: Any known problems?

    While VW’s history over the last few years has been somewhat chequered there haven’t been any major issues in more recent times. I don’t believe you should be concerned about the Tiguan.

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